EPL: Manchester City And Arsenal Switch Places In The League Table | Week 17

Diego Costa and Chelsea continue to be ruthless, while Manchester City made a strong comeback to win over Arsenal at the City of Manchester Stadium. Liverpool is red after Jürgen Klopp’s side won the Merseyside Derby.


Crystal Palace 0, Chelsea 1
Diego Costa continues to score as Chelsea won their eleventh straight victory, increasing the gap to Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal in the league table.

Middlesbrough 3, Swansea City 0
Aitor Karanka, manager of Middlesbrough FC, still was not happy with his team’s performance despite convincing victory and result over a troubled Swansea City.

Stoke City 2, Leicester City 2
Jamie Vardy was sent off for a horrible challenge. However, the defending English champions Leicester City managed to come back from being two-nil down to end the match in two-two draw.

Sunderland 1, Watford 0
Patrick van Aanholt’s only goal of the match was enough for David Moyes’ side to gain three valuable points.

West Ham United 1, Hull City 0
Mark Noble scored the winning goal as Slaven Bilic’s West Ham United defeated Hull City at the London Stadium.

West Bromwich 0, Manchester United 2
Manchester United does not celebrate goals, they celebrate Zlatan Ibrahimovic who scored twice at the Hawthorns.

AFC Bournemouth 1, Southampton 3
Jack Wilshere, on loan from Arsenal, made an assist for Bournemouth’s goal but Southampton won convincingly in their own backyard.

Manchester City 2, Arsenal 1
Raheem Sterling’s goal made Manchester City and Arsenal to switch places in the league table. Manchester City are on a second place with 36 points.

Tottenham Hotspur 2, Burnley 1
Danny Rose scored Spurs’ winning goal to keep his team tightly close with top four-clubs.

Everton 0, Liverpool 1
Sadio Mané scored a late winning goal as Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool won the Merseyside Derby at Goodison Park, making Liverpool red.

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